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DIR November 2017 Editor’s Note: Circling the Imaging Industry

The imaging industry is certainly not what it used to be. As you look through the pages of our magazine this month, you’ll get...

DIR September 2017 Editor’s Note: Protecting the Ecosystem of Memories

As we go to press with this issue of Digital Imaging Reporter, we have just witnessed the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas....

DIR’s State of the Industry 2017

Our industry continues to evolve at a remarkable rate. As you’ll see in DIR's State of the Industry 2017 report, contributors from the entire spectrum...

Imaging Alliance Supports Save Your Photos Month

Woodbury, NY—The Imaging Alliance, a nonprofit organization representing the imaging industry, is supporting Save Your Photos Month. The celebration of family history, memories and...

How to Get Great Vacation Photos

Our goal was to create an article to help sort out which phone or camera is best for vacation photography. And what consumers could...

Vivid-Pix Highlights Picture-Fix Software

Alpharetta, GA—Vivid-Pix, a software company with a focus on photography, announced its patented, proprietary photo restoration technology is available in a trio of one-click,...

Imaging Alliance Elects Four Board Members

Woodbury, NY—The Imaging Alliance, a nonprofit organization representing the imaging industry, announced four new board members who reflect the industry’s diverse aspects. These members...

Digital Imaging Reporter’s State of the Industry 2016

Pockets of Growth and Dynamic Innovation Drive Industry Optimism It’s safe to say the imaging industry is not what it used to be. We’ve had...

Vivid-Pix Land & Sea Software on iTunes

Alpharetta, GA—Vivid-Pix, a software company with a focus on photography, announced that its easy-to-use Land & Sea software is now available on iTunes. This move...

The Last Word: Monetizing Photos & Memories

Since the beginning of recorded history, humans have enjoyed images; they have used them to communicate what they had seen and what they’d accomplished....